Monday, March 31st
|A pair of Windsor Greys pulling the Queen's carriage during Trooping the Colour in 2007.|
The Queen will be accompanied by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge to attend the unveiling of a life-sized statue of the Windsor Greys on the roundabout, at the Albert & Kings road junction adjoining the Long Walk at Windsor Castle. The Duke of Cambridge is Patron of the Windsor Greys Jubilee Appeal, which has raised the 200,000 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Queen's coronation with a sculpture by Robert Rattry of two of the lead carriage horses - known as Windsor Greys - used in state occasions.
Sophie, Countess of Wessex is going to be in Cornwall to visit Lynher Dairies Cheese Company in Truro, as well as the Royal Cornwall Showground at Wadebridge.
Princess Anne, Princess Royal will be in East Sussex to attend a Charity Raceday at Plumpton Racecourse in her role as President of Racing Welfare, an organization dedicated to professional guidance and training to people who work in the thoroughbred industry. She will also be in London as Appeal Patron of the Woolf Institute to attend a Fundraising Dinner at Spencer House. The Institute studies the relations and interactions between Christians, Jews, and Muslims.
Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester will be at Hampton Court Palace in Surrey to attend 'The Arcadian Thames - a Celebration' charity event in reference to the stretch of the River Thames from Hampton Court to Kew Palace.
Tuesday, April 1st
|HRH The Earl of Wessex|
Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex will be the Savoy Hotel in London to attend a breakfast meeting as Trustee of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
Later, as Master of the Worshipful Company of Gardeners, will be in London to attend the organization's annual Spring Court meeting and lunch at Butchers' Hall. The company is a City of London Livery Company, and although it no longer engages in the regulation of produce, it is now a charitable institution promoting good gardening and horticulture.
The Princess Royal will be in London all day for her engagements. As Commandant in Chief (Youth) of St. John Ambulance, she will visit the Youth Programs of the Hackney Unit in Clapton. The St. John Ambulance Association is a volunteer and charitable organization dedicated to teaching and practicing First Aid, as well as the provision of ambulance services.
She will also be attending a conference of Catch 22, a social business - of which she is Patron - that helps people to turn their lives around. At Soho Square, she will attend a Skills Symposium as President of City and Guilds, vocational educational organization that offers 500 certifications in a variety of fields, and operates under a Royal Charter issued by Queen Victoria in 1900. Princess Anne took over as President from her father Prince Philip in 2011, who had held the position for nearly 60 years.
As President RedR UK, the Princess will attend a dinner at St. James's Palace. RedR is an organization that focuses on training people for aid work, as well as lending support for organizations that provide disaster relief services.
|HRH The Duke of Kent|
Prince Edward, Duke of Kent will be in Cornwall to carry out engagements for the day. At Newquay, he will visit the Masonic Hall as Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England; in St. Agnes, the Duke will visit the St. Agnes Museum, as well as the St. Agnes Lifeboat Station as President of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution; at Penzance, he will stop by Trengwainton House.
Wednesday, April 2nd
The Earl of Wessex will be going to Somerset to attend the Court Meeting and Dinner at the University of Bath, of which he is Chancellor.
In Hertfordshire, the Princess Royal - as Patron of the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) Foundation - will visit the South West Herts Youth and Community Narrowboat Project at the RYA Sailability Center in Hunton Bridge. The Foundation helps to make boating and sailing more accessible to people regardless of circumstances such as financial hardship and disability. She will also view the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment in Hatfield.
In Buckinghamshire, the Princess will visit HMP Grendon and Springhill as Patron of the Butler Trust to observe and meet inmates who are training to go into the hospitality industry.
|HRH The Duke of Gloucester|
Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester will be going to Kent for the day. At Maidstone, he will open the Kent Institute of Medicine and Surgery, visit the Mote Park Fellowship Volunteers at Mote House, and visit Parents is the Word at Heather House.
In Cornwall, the Duke of Kent will be attending a seminar as Patron of the International Musicians Seminar at Prussia Cove in Rosedgeon.
Thursday, April 3rd
|HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh|
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will visit Italy for day-long trip, during which they will have an audience with Pope Francis and a private lunch with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano.
Back in the UK, the Princess Royal will attend a 50th anniversary celebration of the Injured Jockeys Fund, of which she is Patron, at the Aintree Racecourse. The Fund provides assistance to jockeys who have been forced to give up riding due to injuries.
As President of World Horse Welfare, the Princess will also visit Penny Farm Rescue and Rehoming Center in Blackpool, Lancashire.
Friday, April 4th
|HRH The Princess Royal|
The Princess Royal will be carrying engagements in Merseyside. In Liverpool, she will attend a Personalized Technology Conference at the Liverpool Football Club as the Royal Patron of Hft, a national charity for people with learning disabilities. At Wallasey, the Princess will open Accommodation and Communal Hub at Mariners' Park as Master of the Corporation of Trinity House. She will also be at the Southport Theater and Convention Center to attend a seminar to mark the 21st Anniversary of the Sefton Carers Center in her role as President of the Carers Trust.
Birgette, Duchess of Gloucester will be in Italy to attend the first day of the Davis Cup quarterfinals in Naples as Honorary President of the Lawn Tennis Association.
Saturday, April 5th
The Princess Royal will attend the 175th Grand National Race at Aintree Racecouse in Liverpool.
|HRH The Duchess of Gloucester|
The Duchess of Gloucester will be in Italy to attend the second day of the Davis Cup quarterfinals in Naples as Honorary President of the Lawn Tennis Association.